Telus, Bell, Rogers Offer No Activation Fee Until September 30 2011

Starting this week, Telus, Bell and Rogers have once again started the no activation fee promotion and are waiving the $35 activation fee that customers are usually charged when starting up a new account.

Since the promotion started earlier this week, any new 3-year activations since then will receive the credit.

A $35 bill credit for 100% of the activation fee will appear on the customer’s first or second invoice with Rogers and Telus, but a few weeks later with Bell.

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  • Mortys11

    Must be a coincidence all three carriers offer this…

    Also must be a coincidence that their data rates are almost identical and voice plans and value packs……and

    Get the picture…how about a crtc or who ever is in charge investigation for collusion !

  • Anonymous

    The crtc are paid off by the big three. 

  • Anonymous

    The crtc are paid off by the big three.